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This will be my first time to encapsulate my placenta and I'm really excited to try it.  I know it sounds a little weird but I've struggled with my milk supply through 2 children.  I've read that ingesting your placenta can help with supply issues and lots of other awesome things. 

 

Will anyone else be doing this??? If you have past experiences, I'd love to hear your thoughts!

 

 


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Absolutely YES!!! I've done it twice and would never not do it. It IS great with milk supply as well as post-partum depression (which is why I do it, mostly... but with me returning to work I will be relying on the milk boost too).

Truly amazing. I grossed out at the thought for a year, then said if I NEEDED it, it would sure be lame to wish I'd done it vs had it 'in case'. Not like you can find something like that at the nearby market. wink1.gif

We are the only mammal that does not routinely ingest the amazing source of nutrients and hormones...

Anyways, yes I am planning on it for absolute sure.

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YES, YES, YES!!!  My doula did it for me last time and I absolutely plan on having her do it this time around too.  So many wonderful benefits to it!  I was a heavy PP bleeder and the pills also helped immensely with that.  Being my first pregnancy I had nothing else to compare it to other than I felt like I had been hit by a train after giving birth and then noticed a huge increase in energy and general well being after starting the pills.  Not to mention no issues with "baby blues" or milk supply.  I'm also planning on saving a few small pieces of raw placenta to either swallow whole or perhaps blend into a smoothie for an immediate post birth boost! 

 

 


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I just don't know yet. The idea is still really new to me, and it seems really gross. I'm open to learning all about it and having it done though.


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This is a great site for those who want to learn more :)

 

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Dandy Lion I can totally relate. No way could I ingest it non-encapsulated unless I was hemmorhaging and it couldn't be controlled at home maybe I'd consider a teeny bite... maybe. But I also have experienced amazing benefits so I'm a believer through and through. And I don't use it unless I need it so it does still seem a little 'insurance policy' ish to me. Best $$ I spent on any mother item. Better than nipple cream, soft cloth pads, nursing bras, etc.

Personally I put it up there with my Doula for importance... for post-baby.

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I did it last time, and I'm glad I did.  I felt really under control post-birth with it.  Then, my in-laws came into town, and I had to up my dose, but when I did, I handled the stress better.  I was sad to run out.

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Forgot to add that when DD was about 5-months-old I found myself extremely exhausted and was having dizzy spells.  After a check-up and blood work that were totally normal, I pulled out my leftover placenta pills from the freezer and took those for a week.  I was feeling better again in no time!  They are a truly wonderful thing and like it was mentioned before, I would rather have them and not need them than waste such an amazing resource. 

 

I'm happy that more and more people seem to be open to the idea of at least educating themselves about the benefits of placentophagy than totally dismissing it.  It makes me so upset when people tell me I'm disgusting or call me a cannibal (actually happened!) when they know nothing at all about it.  Very excited to one day add Certified Placenta Encapsulation Specialist to my credentials to help spread the good word!     


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Have there been any actual studies demonstrating effects on bleeding or PPD?  I couldn't find anything, just the argument that most other mammals do it.  


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http://placentabenefits.info/research.asp 

 

I'll try to dig up some more later but I'm familiar with this link off the top of my head.  Don't know that I'll come across much more because, unfortunately, there have been no studies on humans to date. 


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Have there been any actual studies demonstrating effects on bleeding or PPD?  I couldn't find anything, just the argument that most other mammals do it.  


When I was researching it, I found only anecdotal evidence, no studies.  Anecdotal evidence counts as something, but scientifically speaking, it is the least strong form of evidence.  There is by no means proof of the benefits, but there is a long list of mothers who would line up and tell you that they feel that consuming their placenta was helpful for them.  Placebo effect?  Maybe.  Coincidence?  Possibly.  Dangerous?  Not any more than preparing any other meat, and eating it raw would be safe since all the germs are your own.  'Expensive?  Not if you do it yourself.  I paid about $5-10 in materials and cooking energy.  I decided that with proper food handling measures, the possibility of experiencing benefits outweighed the costs and any potential risks.

 

My mother had to go on antidepressants postpartum.  I experienced depression throughout my life.  I was concerned about my postpartum period.  I did not experience "baby blues" or any sort of postpartum depression.  Maybe it was just the placebo effect with some added nutrients, but I doubt it.  From everything I have learned about nutrition (organ meats being packed with nutrients) and mental health, I believe it was the nutritional boost that helped me through.  Even it it was just a placebo effect, taking a pill that has no side effects that results in me feeling so in control of my mental state after giving birth, even if it is only because I believe it is helping, is worth it to me.

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I am thinking about it. I know that in our area, it isn't a huge deal to get the placenta released from the hospital. Our decision would mostly be if we want to do it ourselves, or pay someone to do it.

Speaking of scientific evidence. I know that there isn't information out there about consumption other than anecdotal. However, has there been any analysis done on the nutritional/hormone make up in the placenta that we could look at?

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There also have been some great articles on the benefits and why, in Midwifery Today. You might try searching there. That's the article that influenced me most.

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I don't doubt that it works, whether it is real or a placebo effect. Either way, it is replacing some of the lost nutrients. I'd just like to read a little more about the science of it. I think encapsulation makes the idea of placentophagia appealing to a much broader demographic. Most "mainstream" women wouldn't dare to think about frying up the placenta, but would probably try the pills.

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The Midwifery Today articles are focused to midwives (vs general public) so that's why I mentioned it, I believe there was some facts there. However it has been a few years since I read it, my memory may not serve me the best on that. And personally, I pay someone else, but she is extremely reasonably priced, if she wasn't I'd probably do my own. It's insanely easy, just a few tools and some time.

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Absolutely, cameragirl! I agree!! I think encapsulation is the only way I'd be able to stomach the idea.  I thought about encapsulating it myself and just the thought of a cooking placenta in my kitchen grossed me out.  To each their own, but I will be hiring someone :-)

 

I plan on talking about placentophagia openly with my friends this time around - - I know most will be totally grossed out but I think the word needs to be spread.  I just wish there was decent studies so that I'd have something to reference others to.  I'm hoping I'll be able to tell a huge difference in my milk supply after taking the placenta capsules - - then I think I could honestly say "IT WORKS!"
 

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I don't doubt that it works, whether it is real or a placebo effect. Either way, it is replacing some of the lost nutrients. I'd just like to read a little more about the science of it. I think encapsulation makes the idea of placentophagia appealing to a much broader demographic. Most "mainstream" women wouldn't dare to think about frying up the placenta, but would probably try the pills.


 


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I plan on having it done this time. I would have done it last time, but I had a really hard time getting it out. It was seriously harder to push out than the baby. The only way to get it out was to sit on the toilet and push. I ended up peeing on it, so at that point, I was like "No thanks." Probably should have done it anyway b/c I hemorrhaged and looked like a ghost for a week.


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Placenta encapsulation is awesome! I had it done last time- I also had a smoothie directly after the birth (there is a dime sized piece in it, and you can't taste it at all), and I had chocolates made with the powder. I have a little bit of information on my website ( check my profile), adding more always.

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I just did with our third for the first time.  Wow!  What a difference it made.  Would do it again in a heartbeat.  I had so much more energy.  And even though I finished taking them months ago now, I still feel that extra boost.  

 

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When I posted about this on the "I'm Pregnant" board, a few women said that the pills had a meaty/iron smell like gamey meat. Did any of you notice that?

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Our doula encapsulated mine after my last birth. I took them for a few months and had no ppd. I still have bottle of them, and DH and I take them when we get a cold, or feel like our immune system needs a boost. My dear friend pan seared a small piece of hers right after her birth and ate it. She said it tasted like an expensive steak. smile.gif placentas are strong medicine.

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When I posted about this on the "I'm Pregnant" board, a few women said that the pills had a meaty/iron smell like gamey meat. Did any of you notice that?


I personally didn't notice that.  Maybe some of it has to do with how dry it is when it's encapsulated?  I kept mine in the freezer but I had them on my counter for months and they were fine too.  I could see they may smell like iron... but I just didn't notice that with mine.  I will say that as I helped prep some others' placentas, they all smell different when they dehydrate.  Each unique.  One we did smelled like cinnamon when it dehydrated.  So maybe some of that has to do with diet?  


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When I posted about this on the "I'm Pregnant" board, a few women said that the pills had a meaty/iron smell like gamey meat. Did any of you notice that?


I did notice a very slight irony taste/smell to mine, even with keeping them cold.  But it wasn't bad at all.  I'm a long time vegetarian and had no issues taking them.
 

 


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So I've had people ask me before if I was gonna do this and I'm just like Dandylion....don't know enough about it, yeah it sounds gross. Kind of like how I was before I got educated about circumcision, cloth diapering, and natural birth. (I had already thought I knew what to do but then was lovingly persuaded that a different option would be better.)

 

Anyway, so I'm totally looking to be persuaded by someone who is totally passionate about it. I guess I'll have to do my fair share of research and try to figure out how it is done (to wrap my mind around the concept). Thanks for that link, I'll check it out!

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I have been thinking about this a little (and can hardly believe that I am!!!) because my recoveries are so hard.  Post partum, my blood pressure goes up for a few weeks, I bleed like crazy, and even when most people are fully recovered, I'm stuck on the couch because activity causes bleeding.  I'm hoping not to tear this time, but those recoveries were awful too.  Do you think the placenta would help with any of that stuff, or is it more emotional help?  I took one look at a DIY placenta encapsulation site and almost vomited... but thankfully my midwife has it listed under her services if we decide to try. 


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I had planned on doing this, but when I spoke to a local midwife a few months before TTC, she said that it seems like a lot of the vitamins/nutrients/enzymes/hormones would be lost in the dehydrating process. She said she recommends freezing it in small chunks, and blending them into fruit smoothies. Does anyone know if it's true about the dehydrating process destroying all the good stuff in the placenta? And has anyone ever tried the smoothie thing? I know I'm on-board with placentophagy, I'm just not sure how I'll be consuming it...


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Janel, I don't recommend looking at DIY placenta pages in your first trimester.  There is reasonable evidence that it helps with bleeding to the point that an old midwives' remedy for postpartum hemmhorage was to cut off a chunk of placenta for the bleeding mother.  A modern, more palatable version of this involves putting some into the blender with tomato or other juice and cayenne pepper.

 

Brighids Flame, I am sure that some of the nutrients would be lost, but most would still be there.  Look up nutrient loss with dehydrated foods.  The minerals should all still be there.

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Dehydrating at a cool temperature should preserve most of the vitamins, minerals, and likely the hormones. I believe that most meat is dehydrated at around 150 - just high enough to prevent bacterial contamination.

Oh, and the DIY pages are definitely not the best for anyone that is feeling queasy. Once you're past that, they are fine.

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Thanks ladies!  You're probably right... it was a stupid thing to do, especially since the sight of blood makes me woozy on a good day, pregnant or not!  With that in mind, I'll avoid my DIY obsession on this one and leave it to a pro.  :)  I'll talk to my midwife at our next appointment and see what she says.  I think I may have a mild bleeding disorder, so I want to have a complete discussion about this with her soon!


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